Developmental release of Pirate module for Drupal 7 available

Three weeks until Talk Like a Pirate Day, and next week the Drupal project freezes its code in anticipation of the version 7 release of the CMS. In anticipation of that, I've updated the Pirate module, which turns all contributed content on a Drupal-powered website into pirate-speak for just the day of September 19th, to include a developmental release for the Drupal 7 platform. I'd like for people to test it out, and in order to do so on a day other than September 19th is to either modify the date in the following code of the module or remove it altogether. if (date('md') != '0919') { return $text; } I see that similar code to my module has been included in the Dialectic module, which supports other novelty input formats. I may be convinced to officially merge my work into that project in the future, though my module differs in that it activates on only one day a year. Any issues specific to the Drupal 7 conversion can added be to the issue for that. One sticky, longstanding issue that I could use some help with and affects all versions is a bug involving URLs that contain 'ing'. I pledge that Pirate will have a full Drupal 7 release on the day that Drupal 7 is released. #D7CX: